Day 6 at the Cannes Film Festival was memorable for two reasons: 1. Disney Pixar’s “Inside Out” was screened and, to my delight, was met with rapturous applause…
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2. The parade of outfits that waltzed down the red carpet to a sea of photographers flashes; do any of the stars deserve equal praise for their choices?
This chic Stella McCartney gown might not scream red carpet glitz and glam but it’s actually refreshing to see a more subtle look being showcased and you can’t go wrong with a black dress (with chunky modern gold belt)!
Her hair was a major talking point, as she has transitioned from blonde to auburn, I think that it really suits her, so the copper locks get extra points from me! Very classy!
Charlotte Le Bon
Another star that kept it simple on the red carpet was Charlotte Le Bon looking ethereal in this textured, draped Elie Saab gown.
I really like the gathering at the waist, which provides the figure-flattering shape, with her delicate updo completing the look. I think this might have won the best white dress award so far!
Eva Longoria made quite the daring choice when she stepped out on to the red carpet in this dramatic silver floor-length Gabriela Cadena gown.
The dress tapped into the mesh fashion trend, featuring glittering sheer panels either side of the solid block of grey, which created a curvaceous shape. She complimented the look with a classic smoky eye and her raven hair being swept back in high fashion style; super elegant and mermaid-esque!
Another striking look to hit the red carpet on Day 6 came from Victoria Secret Angel Sara Sampaio, who appeared in this floor-length cut out gown from Vionnet’s Spring/Summer collection 2014.
The diamond shape cut out made the dress interesting (and arguably difficult to wear), whilst the pleated chiffon skirt added femininity and movement. She wore her hair in a straight-forward ponytail to let the dress do the talking, she looked fierce!
Whilst I love the bright coral pink matched with the bold vibrant purple of this custom-made Salvador Pérez number, there isn’t much about it that speaks “red carpet” to me.
The train adds a touch of drama but the simple t-shirt style gives this look more of a high street, rather than high fashion feel.
Speaking of being “red carpet” ready, Sonam Kapoor stepped out in this lime green frothy feathered affair from designer Elie Saab, I wonder where he got his inspiration from? Whilst I can appreciate that Cannes Film Festival is all about going big on bling, feathers and trains, there needs to be a limit and this entry has well surpassed that. Please erase all photos of this from existence and give the costume back to The Jim Henson Company wardrobe department.
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Which are your favourite and least favourite fashions from Day 6?
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